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For those looking for a wholesome start to their morning, all Florida Sweet Tomatoes locations will now offer a new “Sunday Morning Menu” from 9:00 a.m. until noon.

Whether guests are in the mood for a hot breakfast, crisp salad or both, the new “Sunday Morning Menu” will satisfy any craving. The menu includes Sweet Tomatoes’ regular favorites including an expansive salad bar and made-from-scratch soups, plus the following: Zucchini Egg Frittata; fresh made Belgian Waffles; French Toast with Fruit Topping; Potatoes O'Brien (country potatoes with peppers, onions and a pinch of spice); Egg Scramble Focaccia with Bacon, Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Cheese; Mediterranean Pasta with Feta Cheese, Tomatoes, Onions, Spinach, Fresh Basil and Scrambled Eggs Tossed Over Linguini; Tom's Country Gravy with Biscuits; Homemade Oatmeal with Brown Sugar, Cinnamon and Raisins; Fresh Fruit and Yogurt; Scrambled Eggs; and Homemade Cinnamon Chip Biscuits with Butter Cream Glaze; and make your own Breakfast Burritos.

The “Sunday Morning Menu” is all-you-care-to-eat and will be served every Sunday at all Florida locations.

Sweet Tomatoes was founded in 1978 in San Diego, California and currently operates 100 salad buffet-style restaurants across the western, southern, mid-western, and eastern portions of the United States.

Sweet Tomatoes features made-from-scratch soups and salads and handcrafted muffins, focaccia, breads, and desserts. The menu is built around freshly made, great-tasting, wholesome recipes with a 55-foot salad bar full of fresh, seasonal vegetables and tossed salads prepared exhibition-style every 20 minutes. Sweet Tomatoes provides its guests with an excellent value by offering unlimited access to its entire menu of high quality fresh items at one all-you-care-to-eat price. For local menu information, visit www.sweettomatoes.com.

Sweet Tomatoes has the solution for your Mother's Day woes, if your mom likes mass-consuming low-end buffet fare. Press release after the jump.

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